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expanding all the time. layoffs are happening about people covering baltimore politics. >> i'm going to miss ron paul missing from the national stage for a lot of reasons. one of them is we're not going to talk about the drug war anymore, probably. it's one of the policies mitt romney has failed to give us any information about. we can look at who is advising him on this. and one of his biggest donors and one would presume kitchen cabinet advisers is a man named mel sembler who founded a string of teen -- hard, you know, tough-love rehabs which were closed down after there were allegations of torture, abuse and rape. he and his wife still are active in the anti-medical marijuana programs and just trying to basically any kind of decriminalization of any drug. that's the kind of policy that we would kind of get. >> that's a good bit of information i did not know. thank you for that. >> now i know because i was one of those 15,000 reporters in tampa. i now know what a gay bar at the republican convention looks like, 2012. yes, actually. i've never seen so many straight men in a gay bar, and the
pelosi, the daughter of a very effective politician in baltimore who knows how to jump on things shall started airing ads of pictures of paul ryan and republican house candidates. why? this is a nationalized race. in fact, it's totally legitimate. >> i think i agree with you, that adding ryan to the ticket definitely upped that. i think we also can't not forget timing, right? the american electorate is also tuned more in now. so something we were saying earlier, that in the polls tharp months ago, you couldn't really -- they weren't real reflective of what people thought because people weren't that tuned in. now people are tuned in. it's less than 40 days to election day and so people more and more have a view on sort of who are they going to vote for. >> having been to the convention and listened to these wall to wall pans to medicare, the republican party wants to abolish it. it's a secret program. it's going away anyway. it's totally unsustainable. it's a question of whether it goes away in 10 years, 15 years, 22 years. there are lots of different ways to let medicare fail but it's
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